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Intertwingled Work - Greg Lloyd
An excellent post on intertwingledness in contexts. If pages/content are findable and addressable, they can be intertwingled - and it a matter of creating contexts that allow us to draw from that complexity to make meaning. Greg gives an apology for inline links, but, really, we don't need to apologize for that anymore. Let 'em eat cake.
IA  InfoDesign  wikis  intertwingled  findability  addressability 
march 2015 by mcmorgan
Online photo sharing as harbinger of irrelevance | Abject
Argument for findability and the movement towards walled gardens. Or something like that.
findability  flickr  oer  openaccess  opencontent 
december 2012 by mcmorgan
Blog1424: Intertwingled Work
What it says on the tin. A bang on bloggy essay (repurposing and demonstration for you en3177 people) on interconnectedness, findability, addressability, and differences between transactional systems and social systems.
presentation  en3177  findability  essay  socialsystems  transliteracy  blogging 
january 2011 by mcmorgan
WPtouch: Mobile Plugin + Theme for WordPress ↔ BraveNewCode Inc.
I added the WPTouch plugin to mcmorgan.org/blog. It is superb: well-designed for the small screen, fast, detailed in its execution. It's value-added for visitors to a WP-blog.

"WPtouch: WordPress on iPhone, iPod & Android More than just a plugin, WPtouch is an entire theme package for your WordPress website. Modeled after Apple's app store design specs, WPtouch makes your WordPress website load lightning fast on touch mobile devices, show your content beautifully, all while not interfering with your regular theme."
iPhone  wordpress  plugins  webdesign  findability 
september 2009 by mcmorgan
I’m So Totally, Digitally Close to You - Clive Thompson - NYTimes.com
Updates and weak ties. Always on means a return to village life, where everyone knows what everyone else is doing. Monitor your online persona so you can control it. "This is the paradox of ambient awareness. Each little update — each individual bit of social information — is insignificant on its own, even supremely mundane. But taken together, over time, the little snippets coalesce into a surprisingly sophisticated portrait of your friends’ and family members’ lives, like thousands of dots making a pointillist painting. This was never before possible, because in the real world, no friend would bother to call you up and detail the sandwiches she was eating." "“It drags you out of your own head,” she added. In an age of awareness, perhaps the person you see most clearly is yourself. "
weak_ties  ambient_awareness  findability  facebook  twitter  socialmedia  web2.0  socialnetworking  microblogging  intimacy 
july 2009 by mcmorgan
Librarians Find a Place in a 'Web 2.0' World
"only a human guide or a classification system controlled by librarians can effectively sort the wheat from the chaff, Mr. Mann writes." Libraries have always had a space in web 2.0, even with increased findability.
web2.0  scholarship2.0  library2.0  findability 
june 2007 by mcmorgan
Authority, Peter Morville
A look at Wikipedia, folksonomy, and shifts in authority that come with the move away from print: "The real upheaval lies just ahead, as a generation of school kids (and their teachers and librarians) struggle to reconcile traditional notions of education
IA  findability  authority  authenticity  authorship  web2.0  folksonomy  tagging 
june 2007 by mcmorgan

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